Monday, August 19, 2019

Festival Celebrates All Things Korean

Green won’t be the only color flying through the halls of High School South on Thursday, March 17. That’s also the day for the colorful Korean Festival being organized...

Local Singer Makes Good & Does Good

‘I’ve wanted to do a concert in the area for a long time,” says Cecelia Tepping of West Windsor who coordinated a classical music benefit concert to aid tsunami...

Candidates Announce in School District & West Windsor Elections

Election season officially opened this week, with races heating up in the West Windsor municipal election and in the contest for seats on the West Windsor-Plainsboro Board of Education.##M:##Three...

The Low-Down on Hook-Ups

What are “hook-ups” and the “walk of shame?” Some parents may be surprised to learn that they are slang phrases used by young adults and college students to explain...

Cross Town High School Students Cross Swords

While fencing may not yet rival tennis, baseball, or swimming in the hearts and minds of most West Windsor-Plainsboro high school students, it might be in the future if...

‘Improv’ Your Performance

Have you ever thought of the perfect thing to say in a situation — hours after the moment passed?##M:## According to Rafi Reguer of West Windsor, “You have thought...

Letters: 3-4-2005

To the Editor: Spring Cleaning For Open Space##M:##With better weather on the way, you can help clean up our community and save our open space at the same time...

A Royal Time on Stage at North

‘Once Upon A Mattress,” the musical based on the fairy tale story of “The Princess and the Pea” will be performed at High School North through Sunday, March 13.##M:##Originally...

Chinese New Year’s New Dragon

Although Plainsboro Public Library has hosted Chinese New Year celebrations since 2001 and each one becomes more elaborate, this year’s event on Saturday, February 19, will mark a milestone:...

Letters: 2-18-2005

To the Editor: Time For Big Cuts##M:##I am appalled to see property taxes rising on an average of 7 to 13 percent in New Jersey towns during recessionary times,...

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